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The terrorist attack in Manchester and the increased national threat level has created anxiety and uncertainty across the UK.  Sadly following previous terrorist incidents, there have been hate offences carried out against minority communities. There is never any reason why someone should tolerate abuse because of who they are.  Action will be taken against anyone who commits any form of hate crime and Warwickshire Police will proactively deal with these incidents.

If you or someone you know has been a victim of hate crime, please tell someone.

  • Report it to the police
    • In an emergency, call 999
    • For non-emergencies, call 101 or visit your local police station
    • Report on-line at True Vision.  True Vision also contains information and support for those affected by hate crime.
  • Report it to Victim Support.  They can listen in confidence and offer information, practical help and emotional support.

If you have any specific worries about tensions in your local community we would urge you to contact your local police.

Following the tragic events in Manchester it is important to remain vigilant and be alert. Always report any suspicious behaviour or activity on 0800 789 321 or in an emergency call 999. For further information about reporting suspicious behaviour visit

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